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Redsvetz Says:
Thor #158 (v1) : Man, I had forgotten how weak Thor's origin story was. This is a kinda lazy issue, but ya gotta give some credit for where Thor is now compared to the debut.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Thor #157 (v1) : Boy did I have my fingers crossed that there would be a plot resolution other than "Odin Intervention." I was really enjoying this arc. Oh well...
 
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TStarnes Says:
Thor #172 (v1) : He has to perform a Mind-Transference. WTF?
 
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TStarnes Says:
Incredible Hulk #126 (v1) : Hahha, yep. That basically sums it up. Not really a hero move.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Thor #154 (v1) : Hah! I love to see Thor tellin' off those dirty hippies. Get a job, ya long-hairs!
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Thor #150a (v1) : Dang! I was just singing the praises of The Inhumans stories and they go and serve up this weak sauce...
 
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green_flame_616 Says:
Tales to Astonish #100 (v1) : Puppet Master is like the default if they want two heroes to fight but can't find a good reason for them to square off...they will continue to go back to that well until it's bone dry...and then they'll still keep coming back to it...
 
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thomassp74 Says:
Avengers #7 (v1) : The Avengers book picks up steam once the first major lineup change happens in another half dozen issues or so... Stick with it!
 
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Xythe Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #36 (v1) : Was it just me expecting the Blob (not the comic book Blob, the b-movie Blob) to come out of that meteor?
 
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fragsel Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #15 (v1) : Hahahahahaha!!!! A good HOUSEWIFE!!!! Hahahahhahahhahaha!!! Mrs. Watson's niece!!!! Hahahahahahahha!!! HOUSEWIFE!!!! Hahahahahaha!!! Stop it, Anut May!!! You are KILLING ME!!!! Hahahahahahaha!!!
 
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TStarnes Says:
Avengers #7 (v1) : Ahh, subtext.
 
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fragsel Says:
Avengers #7 (v1) : Look what Rick found in one of the closets!!!
!???!Wait a minute... Did he just came out of closet? And Cap wanted him to take his clothes off???
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Thor #148a (v1) : I enjoyed Tales of Asgard quite a bit, sometimes better than the main Thor run. But, I have to say I'm enjoying The Inhumans stories even more. They add to the Marvel canon without being too convoluted, as the ToA plots sometimes were.
 
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Xythe Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #35 (v1) : I wonder what his pants are made of. Probably Asbestos.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Thor #145a (v1) : I have to cringe whenever I see The Ringmaster on the bill. This issue reminds me of some of the sillier DD plots, not to mention the fact it's basically a recycle of an early Hulk story.
 
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Xythe Says:
Avengers #29 (v1) : The Wasp defeated by a sparrow? That's just too good. Giving this one an extra star for that.
 
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zweineuf Says:
Strange Tales #126a (v1) : The Mets comment makes sense; from 1962 (their first season) through 1964 (when this issue was published), the Mets had a total record of 144 wins and 340 losses. They were absolutely awful. They continued to be one of the worst teams in baseball through 1968, and then in 1969 they won the World Series.
 
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aowens22 Says:
Fantastic Four #7 (v1) : One Question:

Why couldn't they shoot the reducing gas at the incoming planet and reduce it to a pebble???
 
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aowens22 Says:
Journey into Mystery #85 (v1) : Why can Loki make carpets fly, but he can't make himself fly??? GO PIGEONS!
 
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Dreaded Porcupine Says:
Defenders #64 (v1) : See my comment about Defenders #63. This is one of my favorite story lines of all time.
 
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Dreaded Porcupine Says:
Defenders #63 (v1) : Great issue as there were dozens of Defenders both hero and villain duking it out all over Manhattan. A true classic. I loved seeing Sagittarius's team consisting of the Blob, Whirlwind, Porcupine, Plantman, Electro, Beetle, Batroc the Leaped and the Looter(Meteor Man). Brings back childhood memories.
 
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fragsel Says:
Avengers #6 (v1) : How the hell is Zemo feeding himself? Rather not by nasogastric intubation, because his nose is covered too. Any other ideas?
 
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rebelmswar Says:
Tales to Astonish #44 (v1) : There may be glaring issues in this issue but with Kirby drawing and Huntley doing the writing, this is the strongest Ant-Man story yet. I can only guess that it is the change of these two staffers that have made this difference. This Pym seems a bit more fleshed out and not as plastic, The Wasp, although seemingly rather loose, holds promise to me.
 
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rebelmswar Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #3 (v1) : Five stars for the bitch slap alone. Outstanding, I like this Octopus fellow.
 
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rebelmswar Says:
Tales to Astonish #43 (v1) : Lol Thomas, but anyone who says "Well, now vengeance will be mine!" is a bit too far gone to think clearly.

"It's a pity that my eyesight is too poor to observe your tiny features clearly! When my task is done, I'll view you more closely thru a magnifying glass!" --- What a subtle threat to say to Ant-Man.
 
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fragsel Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #11 (v1) : What is wrong with Earth-616 penal system? They keep releasing those criminals after only months of prison (First EEL, Now Octopus). No wonder Frank Castle had to take matters in his own hands.
 
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rebelmswar Says:
Tales to Astonish #43 (v1) : If I ever need a book of matches I am going to Ant-Mans' town, they seem to be lying around everywhere, either that or the little muppet "magnetically attracts" them.
 
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rebelmswar Says:
Fantastic Four #14 (v1) : You mean I have to endure that clown again?
 
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imeco Says:
Strange Tales #165a (v1) : Yandroth kind reminds me of Lex Luthor with him being bald and into science. His suit kind of reminds of a green and black version of his superfriends suit too.
 
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rebelmswar Says:
Strange Tales #108a (v1) : "... your beach lacked litter baskets..." really Stan? Really?
 
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rebelmswar Says:
Tales to Astonish #41 (v1) : This was pretty gash to be honest, but the look on some of the faces of the aliens is pretty humorous.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
X-Men #44a (v1) : I wonder if the transition of writers from Roy Thomas to Gary Friedrich had anything to do with this foolishness.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Avengers #52 (v1) : Kind of a cheap gimmick here. Why would someone who calls himself "The Grim Reaper" have a weapon that takes three hours to cause death. I know they didn't want to actually kill off any major characters, but the resolution of this issue is just silly.
 
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Xythe Says:
X-Men #18 (v1) : I thought they were starting to get better with the whole magnetism is basically magic thing, but not, there it is again. Hypnotised by the power of magnets!
 
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Bapt15ta Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #3 (v1) : The best comic I've read in the order so far. The way Spiderman is defeated the first time and humuliated by Doc Octopus (with a slap in the face) reducing Peter Parker's ego to dust is great. The final fight is also the best i've seen since i started reading the order. It's long and dynamic with face-to-face climax, literally. Since I've started reading the Order, Spiderman is the best written comic so far.
 
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bigkat5582 Says:
Tales to Astonish #51a (v1) : The Wasp = Blanche from the Golden Girls
 
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Redsvetz Says:
X-Men #42a (v1) : Cyclops' origin was unnecessarily long, and to be honest boring.
 
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Xythe Says:
Daredevil #12 (v1) : Daredevil, Pirates, a T-Rex, man eating plants, and a Galleon that transforms into a Submarine. What's not to like?
 
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green_flame_616 Says:
X-Men #31 (v1) : I gave this four stars, which it probably didn't deserve, but this is the first X-Men story that I felt like serious effort was put into character development, and that has to be worth something.
 
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Xythe Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #33 (v1) : That's getting my very first 5 stars. Great little arc, closed out well.
 
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